Justice League/Power Rangers

Justice League/Power Rangers

Two of the most popular crime-fighting teams of all time collide for the first time when the Justice League faces the Power Rangers!Something terrible has happened in Angel Grove! When the Command Center is breached and the teleporters are damaged, Zack is flung into another universe, where he's mistaken for a villain by a mysterious masked vigilante. Can the other Power R...

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Title:Justice League/Power Rangers
Author:Tom Taylor
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Edition Language:English

Justice League/Power Rangers Reviews

  • Julio Bonilla

    I used to love watching Power Rangers when I was in Elementary School! The quotes by each Power Ranger brought me back to the mid-1990s! Then again, actions speak louder than words.

  • Kevin

    The world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about

    by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension w

    The world is full of heroes. It is almost impossible to write this review without mentioning our childhood and nostalgia. The heroes that we grew up with are still here, and they are saving the world. What readers will love about

    by Tom Taylor other than the phenomenal illustration is the story and how its elements play a huge role in the story. Because of a teleportation accident caused by Zack, Zedd is now causing havoc in another dimension with Brainiac. Tom Taylor did not only do a crossover for the sake of having a crossover; he went big

    If your main worry is the story will be crowded with superheroes, I can assure you that Tom Taylor has created balance when and how the heroes and villains can use their abilities, and I am impressed by how he inserted these vital elements into the plot without looking like "it's just there."

    is a perfect blend of action and superb storytelling. Definitely a must buy.

  • Münevver

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  • Paul Decker

    *I received this book as an eARC from DC Comics in exchange for an honest review*

    This is a super fun, super hero team crossover comic! The problem with crossover events like this that take two properties from two different worlds/franchises is that there can't be any actual growth or meaningful story. It's just fun to see these characters interacting with each other.

    This comic starts with a destroyed Angel Grove and Superman. This is just the first example of amazing combinations of things from

    *I received this book as an eARC from DC Comics in exchange for an honest review*

    This is a super fun, super hero team crossover comic! The problem with crossover events like this that take two properties from two different worlds/franchises is that there can't be any actual growth or meaningful story. It's just fun to see these characters interacting with each other.

    This comic starts with a destroyed Angel Grove and Superman. This is just the first example of amazing combinations of things from my childhood. Batman is the comic relief in this comic and it works so well. I loved watching the members of the Justice League interacting with each of the Rangers. Zach often gets kicked to the sidelines, but in this story he really shines. I also liked that the Pterodactyl dinozord was the first one shown. Alpha 5 also gets to do some fun things. The Rangers have to wear some different suits at one point in this story and if you are a DC comic fan, you'll love it!

    The final panel really made me want a sequel. These crossover comics can be so creative. I loved the Star Trek/Green Lantern Corp one as well. They are just so unexpected and the combinations work so well. Overall, this was a fun comic story. There wasn't anything too deep or too exciting, but there's plenty of fun. I give this comic a 4/5 and recommend it to fans of both franchises, even if you are only familiar with one on a surface level.

  • Chris Lemmerman

    [Read as single issues]

    After the success of TMNT/Batman and Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, DC are back at it again with Justice League/Power Rangers. When a dimensional mishap sends Lord Zedd to the DC Universe, the Rangers are hot on his heels, but a team-up with Brainiac leads them to seek help of their own in the form of the Justice League.

    This is pretty basic in terms of plot idea; the Rangers meet the Justice League, fight the Justice League, and then team up with the Justice League to fight t

    [Read as single issues]

    After the success of TMNT/Batman and Lumberjanes/Gotham Academy, DC are back at it again with Justice League/Power Rangers. When a dimensional mishap sends Lord Zedd to the DC Universe, the Rangers are hot on his heels, but a team-up with Brainiac leads them to seek help of their own in the form of the Justice League.

    This is pretty basic in terms of plot idea; the Rangers meet the Justice League, fight the Justice League, and then team up with the Justice League to fight their bigger enemy. But it's the little things, like the Rangers dressed in patchwork armour from other DC characters, or the Zords fighting alongside the League, that really sell this one. The characters all come across pretty well, and this doesn't interfere with continuity for either set of characters. Plus there's a tease for a second story, which could be fun.

    The massive delay between issues 4 and 5 when the series was releasing also doesn't hurt it in collected edition. Instead you get six beautiful issues drawn and coloured by Stephen Byrne, whose colouring works spectacularly for these characters; everyone has their own distinct themes in terms of colour, so an artist like Byrne is exactly who you need when you've got all the Rangers and the Justice League on panel at once.

    Nothing worldshaking, but great fun, which is exactly what these crossovers should be.

  • James DeSantis

    Review to come

  • Alan

    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.

    The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup.

    Ta

    Yes. the fanboy in me is a real sucker for this type of crossover. Over the years I'll also give DC credit for not making the stories too dependent on continuity, or too heavy on the strum and drang. This is the type of story that works best with a light touch, especially as it can be argued that power Rangers is an all-ages title/property.

    The entire city of Angel Grove gets kidnapped, villains team up across dimensions and teleporters go awry to foster a team-up. Not the most original setup.

    Taylor executes this tale with alight hand, and he appears to be paying attention as to what fan points to hit. Do enjoy the grim, dark Batman's personality being a change in pace for the Rangers, and the Rangers's reaction to Mr. Grouch

  • Chad

    Exactly how you'd expect a crossover of these two teams to go. But it's done well and Tom Taylor is a gifted writer so this works. Steve Byrne's art is gorgeous.

    Received an advanced copy from DC and Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

  • Ron Turner

    The story is rather silly but otherwise not bad, better than I thought it would be. I thought the inclusion of Braniac as the villain was an interesting choice.

  • calvinbx23

    Behold... the most one-sided crossover in comic book history.

    I’m sorry, but when you’ve got the combined might of the Justice League, who in their history have faced Gods, Alien Zombies, Mind Controlling Starfish, Alternate Reality Versions of Themselves, and the Friggin’ Devil... the Power Rangers don’t exactly hold up by comparison.

    So what do I like about this series? Well for one, it’s so~ satisfying to see the Villains in Power Rangers use common sense for once.

    After replacing Alpha-Five, th

    Behold... the most one-sided crossover in comic book history.

    I’m sorry, but when you’ve got the combined might of the Justice League, who in their history have faced Gods, Alien Zombies, Mind Controlling Starfish, Alternate Reality Versions of Themselves, and the Friggin’ Devil... the Power Rangers don’t exactly hold up by comparison.

    So what do I like about this series? Well for one, it’s so~ satisfying to see the Villains in Power Rangers use common sense for once.

    After replacing Alpha-Five, the Power Rangers robot housekeeper, the thing explodes allowing Lord Z and his putty minions to ‘finally’ storm the Rangers base. After hijinks involving the Rangers teleporter, the Black Ranger and Lord Z become stranded in the DC Universe... because this had to happen somehow.

    Since an evil space conquerer is pretty much a day at the proverbial ball park for the League, Lord Z is teamed up in this crossover with Brainiac... the space robot that jams cities in bottles... because science?

    It’s your standard superhero fare from then on. The teams bickering isn’t drawn out thankfully, with the only snark being toward Batman since, shock of all shocks, he never smiles. (My, how observant.)

    The fights involve punching many monsters with allot of funny one-liners thrown in. And the Power Rangers don’t feel over shadowed... at least for the first quarter.

    This leads to the worst part of the story, where after an extended period of time spent discussing how to use the hadron super collider to open a hole to another world (its just as boring as it sounds), the Rangers must don parts of other superhero costumes... Which means it’s no longer Rangers teaming up with The Justice League, it’s just The Justice League.

    Umm Bull Sh!t, these are the Power Rangers, they’ve saved the world more times than I have fingers to count. And they have to dress up as other heroes? Honestly it reads like Tom Taylor doesn’t like these guys so he felt most comfortable pretending they’re someone else.

    There are other moments that even it out however, like the Rangers fighting giant Lord Z in the megazord whilst Giant Alpha-Five joins in to help. (Though the ending kinda ruins this moment.)

    And the teams split up to maybe team up another day. (Whee~)

    This story was okay. I hate to use the term ‘potential’, but something had to be said for everything this series could have been. Instead the fights were generic with most of the focus being on the Rangers during their down time and them being largely overshadowed in the fight scenes with a clear emphasis on ‘the writer prefers the Justice League’.

    It wasn’t bad, it just felt so... by the numbers, really, more could’ve been done. But instead the writer opted for easy choices and over explaining rather than fun comic book action.

    You want a really good company crossover? Read Batman/TheShadow. Or Superman meets Spider-Man.

    And if your a diehard Power Rangers fan, you might want to look elsewhere.

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